2016-2017 Season Events

Evening performances commence at 8:00pm

New! Saturday and Sunday Matinees start at 3:00pm

MAIN PRODUCTIONS

SPECIAL EVENTS

Performance

Dates

Event

Date

WALTZ RIVALS

A Tribute to Kalman and Lehar

 

Return to the age of the Austro-Hungarian Empire when composers and rivals Imre Kálmán and Franz Lehár ruled the Operetta stages in the great cities across Europe.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Orlovsky’s Mardi Garas Ball

A Masquerade Ball

 

At Churchill Ballroom – Chelsea Hotel

(33 Gerrard St. W., Toronto)

• Three Course Dinner

• Die Fledermaus in Concert

• Dancing and Silent Auction

Saturday, February 25th, 2017

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THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE

by Gilbert & Sullivan

 

HMS Pinafore was ‘pirated’ in New York but the Savoyard team legally put a stop to such theft with the most popular work in their amazing collaboration. This one conquered not only New York but the entire world and rules operetta’s high seas to this day.

December

27, 30, 31, 2016

& January

6, 7, 8, 2017

THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER

by Oscar Straus

 

Based on Bernard Shaw’s enormously popular Arms and the Man, Straus’ big hit paved the way for My Fair Lady in its seamless interweaving of hummable melodies and a hysterical comedy of manners.

April

26, 28, 29, 30, 2017

Theatre Location

 

All of Toronto Operetta Theatre's performances are held at the 497-seat Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, located at 27 Front Street East, Toronto. With superior sight and sound characteristics, it is an unsurpassable offering of a unique musical and theatrical experience for performers and audience alike.

 

Located right in the heart of Toronto's downtown theatre district, The St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts is steps away from Yonge Street, well served by TTC, wheel chair accessible and within easy access to public parking.

 

Call the Box Office for further information:

416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754 or visit: www.stlc.com

GALOPE OFFENBACHIENNE

A Tribute to Offenbach

 

Offenbach revolutionized music theatre in Paris at a time when polite society feared offence and vulgarity. Soon enough, the adoring crowds could not get enough of the humour, melody and fierce satire of French operetta.

Sunday,

June 4, 2017

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